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Illich

(ˈɪlɪtʃ)
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(Biography) Ivan. 1926–2002. US teacher and writer, born in Austria. His books include Deschooling Society (1971), Medical Nemesis (1975), and In the Mirror of the Past (1991)
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Si Rius y Aviles nos ayudaron a develar una realidad principalmente economica enraizada en el siglo XX, Ivan Illich (qepd) nos dio herramientas para cuestionar las certezas modernas exacerba-das en el siglo XXI.
La fuerza del capitalismo y de su hijo atroz, el progreso, no radica tanto en su maquinaria sino, como lo mostro Ivan Illich, en la colonizacion que ha hecho de las conciencias.
I remember vividly that it was Wednesday, February 10, 2016, when Alexandra and I were listening to Ivan Illich interpret the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
In his book, 'Gender,' author Ivan Illich invented the term 'shadow work' to designate the unrecognized and unpaid time an employee must spend preparatory to doing recognized or paid work.
The Prophet of Cuernavaca: Ivan Illich and the Crisis of the West.
En un tono semejante a Ivan Illich hablaba de la disolucion de las escuelas y cuestionaba la relevancia de los trabajadores de la educacion.
Using a variety of philosophical and religious perspectives, the author draws attention to the work of religious thinkers, such as Thomas Merton, Jean Vanier, and Ivan Illich, as counterpoint to extremism, superstition, and absolutism.
Jean-Pierre Dupuy incorporates insights gained in collaboration with Rene Girard and Ivan Illich, which leads him to the discovery that Christianity is not a "religion" like those produced through violence and the concealing of victims, systems that further condone resentment and violence.
Rivers North of the Future: The Testament of Ivan Illich (2005) as told to David Cayley
Ivan Illich propuso alguna vez que exigir credenciales escolares para un puesto fuera ilegal, y castigado como una discriminacion.
Beyond economics and ecology: the radical thought of Ivan Illich.
It's what the green thinkers of the 1970s used to call an 'appropriate technology'--a phrase that I would love to see resurrected--and what the unjustly neglected philosopher Ivan Illich called a 'tool for conviviality.